Menu

Vote: Is it the right time to sell Fabregas?

Is the right time for Fabregas to leave? He has been pining for this move to Barcelona for the best part of 18 months, and probably beyond. Is enough, enough, and it’s time to let the bird spread his wings?

Or

Does he owe Arsenal loyalty? With Arsenal facing something of a mini-crisis given their much discussed trophy drought, would it be better to hold on to their best players?

What are your thoughts?

keno tips | slots jungle | Online polls | Galabingo | Online Casino Games

,

7 Responses to Vote: Is it the right time to sell Fabregas?

  1. Gooner4lyf August 12, 2011 at 1:58 pm #

    Yes because I believe there is no point in keeping a player at a club where he no longer wants to stay. So, it would be best to get rid of the players who are ungrateful to a club which has always been there for them through thick and thin. If I was incharge, I would get rid of Samir Nasri as well and bring in Hazard and Mata, or whoever I would think would be a perfect replacement for both the abovementioned players and will be loyal to the Arsenal FC. Also defensive reinforcement is very important so I would say bring in Dann AT LEAST!

  2. venky.mamC@gmail.com August 12, 2011 at 2:16 pm #

    There is never a right time to sell the little magician

  3. Rochester August 12, 2011 at 2:40 pm #

    Let Cesc, and Nasri too, leave. They don't want to stay and it's not as if they won Arsenal any trophies anyway. Let the spoiled punks go sulk somewhere else..

    Problem is, Wenger and Kroenke don't believe in spending, so any replacements for those two are going to be a long time in coming..

    Too bad Usmanov isn't in charge. There would be an instant infusion of funds and Arsenal would be able to spend big. As is, we're spending virtually nothing and going nowhere…

  4. Phil August 12, 2011 at 2:51 pm #

    Apologies for the shitty music on this youtube link.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEJsuCE7T5k&feature=related

    But but but…… Ryo Miyaichi is here and will kick ass this season..U thought Nani was good.. this kid is awesome.

    yeah and before u say it.. remember Alan Hanson also said you can't win anything with kids. Scum proved that to be bollocks.. My only request is a solid defence…

    Miyaichi, Wilshire, Ramsey, Arshavin, Walcott, Song, AOC, Rosicky, Frimpong. this could be surprising. Allow JW and AR to boss the mid-field ..

  5. danjonesbonesy@hotmail.com August 12, 2011 at 2:54 pm #

    I voted no, but not because of the reason given above (that we sold sell him at a later date)… I voted no, because we should have arranged the sale of him at the beginning of the transfer window. Despite all of the hardball played by Arsenal over the summer, Barca have raised theit initial bid by a conditional £5m… whooooo!

    Once again, we are left to scramble around at the end of the window to buy replacements… when that happens, history shows us that players like Squillaci and Silvestre appear.

    NOT GOOD ENOUGH!

    WENGER AND GAZIDIS OUT!!!

  6. femdee01@yahoo.com August 12, 2011 at 5:58 pm #

    A guy says he's leaving. He even pays money to ensure he does. Any further attempt to hold on to him will smack of hostage taking or slavery…

  7. rashpat27@yahoo.co.uk August 22, 2011 at 9:44 am #

    arsenal fans need to wake up to the changing game of football.

    1 get behind your team – as we are in a state of limbo at the minute and the last thing the players and manager need is some fans for loossing the faith. If we loose on Tuesday its going to be hard to attract new players to the club..

    2. These minor fans are just fueling the anti arsenal camp within the media – so dont give them a story..

    3. Accept Arsenals place in the hieracrchy. Arsenal football club has set its stall out some time ago and have opted for the prudent and in my opinion most credible approach. Live within your means. Once chelsea came in and now man city there is absolutely no point trying to compete on wages and in transfer market. They will always out bid us…Not unless our sugar daddy is willing to spend serious amounts of cash…

    Its not our right to win the league – we can merely challenge and if we win with a young team where wages are a fraction of our competitors, where we have never spent more than £16m – then fantastic.

    Remember, put it into context.. we spend bugger all money, we pay a fraction of the big 3 and we are still there and we are always in europe – no other team on our budget could do that and thats down to arsene.

    Wake up and know your place and support your team

    by the way liverpool played rubbish game.. lucky to score and couldnt break us down dsespite scoreline. Although, we have def lost our movement but hopefully when the squad comes back we will back..

Your thoughts?

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Powered by WordPress. Designed by WooThemes

%d bloggers like this: